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The Minister of Higher Education participates in the activities of the World Education Forum


Dr. Ayman Ashour, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, attended the activities of the Global Education Forum in London, held in London and organized by the British Council in the United Kingdom, in presence of Dr. Reda Hegazy, Minister of Education and Technical Education, Ambassador Sherif Kamel, Ambassador of Egypt to London, and Dr. Mustafa Refaat Amin. The Supreme Council of Universities, Dr Rasha Kamal, cultural attaché in London, director of the educational mission in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. , and a group of ministers from around the world, with the aim of defining priorities and setting the necessary measures to make education stronger and improve its contribution to building a better world.

Dr. Ayman Ashour reviewed the most significant progress and growth witnessed by the higher education and scientific research sector in Egypt in recent years, as well as the increased interest in offering programs cross-border education schemes and encouraging prestigious foreign universities to establish branches in the Arab Republic. of Egypt, or offer modern study programs with double certificate in cooperation with… Egyptian universities.

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Dr. Ayman Ashour explained what the ministry has done to develop various educational pathways and offer new avenues to enrich higher education and transform scientific research into a tangible product in Egypt, in addition to training new cadres of researchers and of graduates, capable of meeting challenges. of the time and in line with the requirements of the local, regional and international labor market.

The minister highlighted the need to exchange scientific and research expertise between Egyptian universities and international universities, noting that the coming period will see more cooperation and exchange of experiences and various educational programs, as well as ‘increased cooperation in scientific and research areas of common interest, with a number of prestigious international universities.

The minister stressed that there is currently diversity in university education in Egypt, as there are government, private, private and technological universities, as well as branches of foreign universities, in addition to institutes, emphasizing the encouragement of the ministry to invest in university education by building new educational institutions, with the aim of expanding and diversifying the supply of educational opportunities for students, attracting international students and improving the position of Egypt on the map of higher education and scientific research at the regional and international levels, by entering into partnerships. and joint educational programs with universities with advanced international classification.

The minister underlined the importance of the economic role of the university by adopting numerous initiatives that contribute to linking the research product with industry, to directing scientific research at the service of society and to contributing to meeting the challenges economic growth, in order to achieve sustainable development of the State. objectives (Vision Egypt 2030).

In her speech, Ms Gillian Keegan, Secretary of State for Education of the United Kingdom, highlighted the importance of participating and learning from country experiences, noting that education across national borders eliminates the need to travel to get a college degree. of the United Kingdom, highlighting that during the year 2021-2022, it presented 160 British universities offering transnational education to more than 550,000 students in more than 200 different countries and regions around the world.

Ms. Gillian Keegan also highlighted that transnational education is the solution that has succeeded in unlocking the global potential of UK institutions and providing wider access to distinguished educational opportunities, referring to the report published by the education sector “Unlocking Global Potential: The International Offer of Education and Skills in the United Kingdom”, on the offer the UK can make to international partners in this area, noting that the report is considered essential reading for any country looking to establish future partnerships with educational institutions in the United Kingdom.

On the sidelines of the forum, Dr Ayman Ashour, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, met with Ms Gillian Keegan, Secretary of State for Education of the United Kingdom, and Sir Steve Smith, representative of the British Government for educational affairs.

The Minister of Higher Education participates in the activities of the World Education Forum

The meeting discussed ways to support joint cooperation in the field of higher education between Egypt and the United Kingdom, where Dr. Ashour highlighted the importance of strengthening joint scientific cooperation mechanisms in order to achieve the common interests of the two friendly peoples.

The two sides agreed to strengthen cooperation in the field of higher education, exchange experiences and build strong partnerships between Egyptian and British universities.

The forum covered many important topics including (artificial intelligence technology and its future uses, the connection between education outcomes and tomorrow’s demands and industries, and the importance of including and d acquire “green skills” through education as a shared responsibility towards our planet on which we are experiencing a green industrial revolution).

The forum also included organizing numerous visits to British schools, colleges and universities, to learn more about their education systems, see various student activities, as well as the most important study programs and modern study programs proposed.

The forum’s activities also included the organization of numerous meetings with delegations from British universities and ministers from various Arab and foreign countries, in cooperation with the Egyptian Cultural Office in London, to discuss aspects of joint cooperation between universities Egyptian authorities and their international and regional counterparts.

It is worth noting that the Global Education Forum (EWF), held annually in London, is one of the largest forums of education ministers in the world and an important platform for exchanging ideas and experiences and identify best practices in the field. education, as this event provides a unique opportunity for communication and cooperation between education ministers and industry leaders, education pioneers and experts from various countries around the world, in order to develop a better education system for future generations. organized as an honest assessment of common problems and challenges between countries in the field of education, which contributes to the development of appropriate solutions.

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